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What Should I Do If I Have Shares in Companies Which Are Under Liquidation?

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If you are an investor with shares in a company, there’s always the possibility that the company may go into liquidation. If the company is solvent and it’s a case of winding up the company because it is no longer needed, or the owners wish to retire and there’s no-one to take over, as a shareholder you will receive a liquidating dividend, i.e. a combination of your regular dividend and the return on your investment. However, if it is an insolvent company in liquidation, there is a strong possibility you will lose your investment entirely.

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